Interesting Information Security Bits for 06/25/2009

by kriggins on June 25, 2009

in Interesting Bits

Good afternoon everybody! I hope your day is going well.

Here are today's Interesting Information Security Bits from around the web.

  1. The CFP for BSides Talks in Vegas is open.
    Security B-Sides / BSidesLasVegasTalks
    Tags: ( conference )
  2. Be careful with those quizzes on social media sites. You might be giving away more than you intended to, like your identity.
    How I'm going to use social networking to steal your identity!
    Tags: ( identity )
  3. An easy way to remember how to get to the sysinternals tools no matter where you are.
    Sunbelt Blog: Using as an ad-hoc analysis toolset
    Tags: ( sysinternals tools )
  4. You probably already know, but Clear is gone. Steve shares some thoughts about this.
    Steve Goodbarn: Clear and Present Bankruptcy
    Tags: ( iisn clear )
  5. Dave shares a few things about auditors that you should probably keep in mind when you are at their tender mercies.
    ShackF00 >> 10 Things Your Auditor Isn't Telling You
    Tags: ( audit compliance )
  6. Dideir is at it again. This time injecting VBScript into running processes.
    bpmtk: Injecting VBScript << Didier Stevens
    Tags: ( injection code dll )
  7. Lori tells us five questions we should ask when looking at load balancing in the cloud and why we should ask them.
    Five questions you need to ask about load balancing and the cloud
    Tags: ( cloud )

That's it for today. Have fun!

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